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New Sunderland Retro 2020 Kits

Sunderland AFC were founded in 1879 by James Allen and began life known as “Sunderland & District Teachers AFC”. The team was originally set up to provide recreational activities for teachers and their first competitive game was in 1880 where they lost 1-0 to Ferryhill Athletic. The team name was changed to Sunderland AFC in 1881 and non teachers were then allowed to join. The club's first home colours were dark blue in 1880 which switched to red and white in 1884.

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In 1890/91, Sunderland were accepted into the Football League and managed to win the League championship in the 1891/92 season. This began a period of huge success for the club who retained their title in the following season and then won it again in 1895, 1902 and 1913. The initial pre First World War period saw Sunderland achieving consistently high League finishes without actually winning everything. However, they eventually managed to secure their 6th and final League Championship to date in 1936 with all time record scorer Bobby Gurney being extremely prolific. The following season saw the club lift the FA Cup for the first time in their history with a 3-1 win over Preston North End.

This proved to be the last success for quite some time as the team slowly declined leading to their relegation in 1958 to division two. Following six years in division two, Sunderland gained promotion back to division one in 1964. After making little impact in the top division, the club once again sufferred relegation to division two in 1970. It was in division two that Sunderland created their own piece of history by becoming the first club outside the top tier of English football to win the FA Cup. In 1973, the team faced overwhelming favourites Leeds United at Wembley. An Ian Porterfield goal in the first half and a miraculous save from Jimmy Montgomery in the second half helped the team managed by Bob Stokoe to a memorable triumph.

Sunderland 2016/17 adidas Away

Sunderland prepare for the upcoming Premier League away days by releasing a predominantly white away shirt.

Sunderland 2016/17 adidas Third

adidas leave nothing in the locker by producing a striking third shirt of navy and pink for Premier League survivors Sunderland.

Premier League 2016/17 Kit

As the current Premier League season comes to an end, numerous clubs have already or are set to showcase their all-new shirts for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign to give fans a

Sunderland 2016/17 adidas Home

Premier League relegation battlers Sunderland prematurely release their home shirt for the 2016/17 season.

Sunderland 15/16 adidas Away Kit

On the back of their new home kit, Premier League side Sunderland have officially launched their new away kit for the 2015-16 season.

Sunderland 15/16 adidas Home Kit

Premier League side Sunderland have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season.

Leaked: Sunderland 2014-15

Sunderland have officially launched a new third kit for the 2014-15 season.

Sunderland 2014/15 Adidas Home

Sunderland AFC is a Barclays Premier League club from Sunderland in North East England. The Black Cats as they are nicknamed enjoy a staunch rivalry against the only other tea

Sunderland 2014-15 adidas Away

Premier League club Sunderland have officially launched their new away kit for the 2014-15 season.

Nineties Sunderland Shirts

With Sunderland surviving the Premier League for another season we are continuing to take a look back at some of the most memorable and iconic Sunderland shirts to be produced

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